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We are a professional bird control company servicing Tucson, AZ. We solve problems with birds afflicting residential and commercial properties. We handle birds such as pigeons, sparrows, starlings, grackles, Canada Geese, and more. We most commonly receive calls about birds roosting on or even in buildings and ledges, leaving their feces behind. We not only remove birds, but we provide a wide array of services, from bird damage repairs, bird prevention services, bird dropping cleaning, and more. See our Tucson Bird Control Prices page to learn more about what we charge. We are fully licensed and insured in Arizona, and we answer our phones 24/7. Call us now at 520-505-2255 for a free price quote and to schedule a same-day or next day appointment for bird control.
Thank you for coming to my home on a Sunday to get the falcon in my garage - I almost had a heart attack before you showed up!
Pro Bird Control Tucson solved a problem with pigeons our building, after two other Arizona companies failed - and at a price lower than the others! Thank you!
My regular pest control company couldn't handle my bird problem - these guys bird-proofed my warehouse in a week! I've been bird-free ever since!
FREE SERVICE: If you can't afford to hire our services, you can attempt some other alternatives:
Pima County, AZ - 520-243-5900
Arizona Dept of Wildlife - 602-942-300
Wildlife Rehabilitation Facility - 520-743-0217
Tucson police - (520) 791-4444
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Pro Bird Control Tucson Tip of the Month: Should you trap a pigeon in a cage?
The pigeon's legacy
As humankind slowly journeyed towards enlightenment in the aspects of civilization and technology, it can be argued that the pigeon was there at some point. The Medieval and Renaissance eras for example saw the birds domesticated and used in the delivery of messages (the terms 'messenger pigeon' or carrier pigeon' comes to mind.) However, the technological advancements saw this then marvel become obsolete.
The infestation effects
Cultures quickly put the concept of a pigeon's usefulness on the back burner, but the birds were still there. Urbanization rendered them vermin and pests. Their presence annoyed the 'city minded' as they perched on buildings, swarmed the streets, slowly destroyed ceilings over time and polluted the environment with their droppings. These problems still plague us today. How often have you found the unsightly white feces on your car's windshield? How many of you can testify of having to spend thousands of dollars in ceiling and roof repairs?
There are those however who choose to be humane. They argue that the pigeon, though obsolete as it relates to technology, still has a place on the fabric of society. These persons will sit on a park bench and throw bread crumbs, watching these short-billed birds peck at the offering. They raise pigeons as pets by having dedicated cages or coops. But even they will argue that maintaining these birds is a chore. After all if they are in a cage, isn't that a lot of droppings to clean up on a daily basis?
A Machiavellian approach
The reality is that pigeons are vermin. Unlike many other birds, they are far from being extinct. We want to avoid the constant repair to ceilings, the droppings on our freshly waxed cars, the annoying and monotonous 'cooing' that rings in our ears long after they fall silent. So, trapping a pigeon in a cage makes no sense unless you plan to kill it. Otherwise you are stuck with a bird that has outlived its technological usefulness and therefore contributes nothing to society, but feces, noise and a mess of unsightly feathers. The ends justify the means.
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